Most small-town county seats have them — once attractive single-screen movie theaters, with a 35mm projector room in the balcony and a neon-lighted marquee outside. Once upon a time they were entertainment centerpieces in their communities, and in some instances they still are.
A lot of them are long gone, having succumbed to competition from multiplexes and home entertainment centers.
Others, however, have held on and continue to show first-run movies to small-town audiences fortunate enough to still have a local theater.
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